Sewing Machine Cover

One of my favorite artists right now is Jessi Raulet who I found on her EttaVee Instagram. When I discovered she had made a line of fabric, I knew I wanted to use some to make a cover for my sewing machine. When Covid hit we realized we would rarely be having extra people in our home for dinner. Knowing that, I decided to move my sewing machine into our dining room. It has allowed me so much more time to sew while still caring for our kids. I loved having it there but didn’t love the cluttered look of my machine and supplies.

When I saw released their Under Cover pattern I knew that could be what I needed to help curb the clutter in my dining/sewing room. Enter this gorgeous EttaVee fabric. It honestly feels more like a piece of art to me. It makes me smile every time I look at it!

As always, Annie’s bag patterns are amazing to follow. She helped me customize the dimensions to fit my Juki TL2010-Q including a sleeve in the back to slide my extension table in.

It has a big front pocket to hold patterns and my manual and side pockets which are perfect for my presser foot when I travel. The top opens with magnetic closures to allow me to access the carrying handle with the cover on.

I absolutely love it and am so excited to have this piece in my dining room!

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